Jordana Kaufman focuses her practice on real estate law.
She knows that when going through significant financial situations like purchasing or selling property, you need an attorney who will guide you through the various stages with care.
That’s why she brings her diligence and commitment to every client she serves.
Kaufman earned her B.A. in Policy Studies with a minor in Nonviolent Conflict & Change from Syracuse University in 1999. She went on to obtain her J.D. from Albany Law School of Union University.
After graduating law school, Jordana joined a regional firm where she focused her practice on foreclosure law. She then worked with the Virginia Employment Commission where she conducted appeal hearings on eligibility, was responsible for ensuring legal accuracy in all decisions from the department statewide, and taught all new appeals examiners how to write their judgements.
When Jordana isn’t practicing law, she is working out her charitable muscles by volunteering at local elementary and middle schools and other philanthropic organizations. In 2020, Jordana was appointed to the board of the Library of Virginia Foundation.